Monday, July 7, 2008

Artistic games

Old games played with new tools at the Tate Modern in London.
Posted for Ruby Tuesday thanks to qualifying clothes.

Original Ruby Tuesday invitation.


8 comments:

me ann my camera said...

The red highlights really stand out in an otherwise somewhat colourless setting. The red also draw attention to the players. Nice.

the teach said...

Ann's got it right, Leonard! So it's NOT chess? So glad you are plying "Ruby Tuesday." It was yours originally... :)

Leonard Blumfeld said...

Thanks for visiting and commenting, Ann and Mary!

The game in the foreground is checkers, while the one played with the fruits is chess :)

For The People said...

Good Morning from Mississippi! Hope you have a great week. Keep up the good work here! Wonderful red post!

Dianne said...

the spots of red are stunning! I love the way the red chair back is clear on one side and then another bit of chair is peeking out on the other side

this is a great photo!!

Raven said...

It really is wonderful how the read gives interest to the sort of otherwise gray scene. There are two red chairs there too besides the clothing. Interesting shot.

Raven said...

Of course I didn't have the sense to click on the photo until after I commented... I just love the game with the fruit as chess pieces. Too clever. You would think it might be confusing to play that way - but then playing with every peice looking the same must be a challenge too.

jientje said...

Well done, love the picture!